The New Lady Maureen (formerly WAKE)

LadyMaureen

Captain
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South Shore Long Island
Boat Make
Wesmac
Some updated photos since building new helm (none previously, bridge boat only), installing front windows (none previously). Chopping flybridge and hardtop off soon.

Can't thank my buddy Cesar enough for all the wiring help !

Next up, some helm trim work, pedestal seat mount build and some other interior work. Aluminum mast and generator this spring, back on the prowl 2013.

Want to thank alot of valuable insight from you guys on this forum.

T.J.

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Blitzen

Admiral
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Location
Sumday Isle, RI
Boat Make
Flowers Boat Works 46 hull #1, Flowers Boat Works 36 hull #1, Wayne Beal 28 Hull #1, Repco 30 1968,
That looks nice. Good work.
 

Eastporter

Admiral
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MA
Boat Make
Sold- 20' Eastporter (Rebuilt 2011) 22' Pearson Ensign
Nice job on the windows!
 

Estimator

Commander
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Sep 28, 2011
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Location
Montauk NY
Boat Make
43 Torres
Looking good

Great boat and it will be even better when your done. Needed the lower station.
 

Eslang

Commander
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Jan 11, 2012
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Location
Shelter Island, NY
Boat Make
43 Flowers
Looks awesome. When I looked at that boat I thought I would do exactly what you are doing now. Looks great. Best of luck with her!!
 

LadyMaureen

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Wesmac
Thanks fellas. Glad to see many of you know the boat and where I started. Previous owner built an awesome Montauk charter boat, but not quite equipped for my needs. Many people think I'm nuts for chopping off the bridge but I truly hate it. Setting this one up like my first build which is now Tuna.com
 

hmscapecod

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Looks Good! What is the dimension between windows on your cutouts? and what kind boat is it?
 

LadyMaureen

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It is a 42 Wesmac. The windows already in the boat when I bought it are Diamond Seaglaze so that's what I went with on the front windscreen. I recall the frame flanges were approx 3/4" wider than the cutouts so I went with approx 6" between cutouts and with window installed that left 4 1/2" between the finished frames.
 
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